Conditions hamper effectiveness of special educators



Current special education teaching conditions have pushed the field into crisis, with students with disabilities sometimes receiving less-than-adequate instruction.
According to a report released by the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), the problem is not with teachers, but rather with a system that requires them to complete overwhelming amounts of paperwork and carry high caseloads-among other difficulties.
Under these conditions, teachers are virtually unable to do the one ...

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